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the military provides for the troops. >>> two fbi raids in arlington today. officers searched the seventh floor of a building in the 1900 block of fort meyer drive that houses the university of management and technology, a private university. it offers associate, bachelor and master degree programs. cardboard has been placed on the university's windows. officers also searched a town home on 21st road in arlington. the fbi confirms it did serve two search warrants. it will not say what it is looking for. >>> police in virginia think somebody wanted the money in an atm and set a bomb to get it. the blast in fredericksburg, virginia, this morning did not do anything to the cash machine at virginia credit union, except give it a few burn marks. a bomb squad technician checked out the scene to make sure it was safe. the bank stayed open all day. police say there is surveillance video of the incident from about 4:00 this morning. they have not made any arrests at this point. >>> gang violence may be responsible for the murder of a teenager in prince george's county. he was 14 years old and he was sho
active duty. worked as a carpenter and traveled the country killing random people. the fbi is still trying to piece his entire story together. a job made much harder now that kooers apparently killed himself in his jail cell. that happened sunday morning. he was arrested last march and charged in the death of a 18-year-old woman in alaska, a coffee stand barista who he abducted and later killed. the abduction was caught on tape. it generated a lot of news coverage including here on "happening now." he was busted because he used the woman's debit card. once in custody he began to tell police about his crimes. he confessed to killing more than eight people since the year 2000, often relying or flying to random cities and renting cars and removing his cell phone battery to avoid detection. he claimed to barry things used in future crimes. the fbi found two of weapons stashes. authorities in alaska where he was being held were planning to interview him next week but at 6:30 sunday morning israel keyes was found dead in his cell. no word on the cause of death or he left a note. there wil
? to protect intelligence sources. according to the reporting of the journal, the fbi agreed with that decision but some state department officials said it made the talking points too vegas. now fox news has learned the director of national intelligence plans to give a classified briefing on benghazi tomorrow for the entire house of representatives. for the rest of the story, catherine herridge with us from washington now. catherine? >> shepard, tomorrow on capitol hill, a second round of closed classified briefings for all the members of the house of representatives, nation's top intelligence officer among others. lawmakers want more definitive information on the level of premeditation by the terrorists and how early it was known. >> the question is how much planning went into this? was it months in the works? was it cobbled together quickly within a matter of a few hours? it makes a great difference in terms of the responsibility as well as the vulnerability of our facilities elsewhere. >> and the senior military commentator for africa speaking publicly for the first time for benghazi warning
with a woman and did it by gmail and it was found out by the fbi. it makes you wonder what the fbi is doing to the rest of us. >> so slippery, i don't want him as president. >> but the fact that he had a little bit of a different side and he maybe had this woman on the side, clinton left the white house with the biggest approval rating in the history of the world. maybe it would work in his favor. >> john: if you can't keep an affair secret in washington, d.c. -- >> exactly. >> joy: petraeus says he doesn't want to run for president. one of the reasons is his wife. watch. >> my wife would divorce me. and i love my wife. >> tell her it's a beautiful house. >> we have a beautiful house. joy: am i the only one shocked that his and her bathrooms cannot keep a marriage together? >> separate bathrooms. >> separate closets, separate bathrooms and not much sex. >> sex with other people apparently. >> john: he's getting to spend a lot of time in that house now. i'm sure they'll work through it but i think what ails is try
like alex gibney's great oscar-winning film "taxi to the dark side," you have a lot of fbi people, not cia, arguing that extreme interrogation doesn't work. that it makes people psychotic. that friendly interrogation, in fact, does a lot more to getting information. i don't think friendly interrogation, frankly, is quite as cinematic. >> did torture play an essential role in the hunt for bin laden? that's the question. dianne feinstein says unequivocally no. she spent three years looking at millions of pages of evidence. earlier she wrote, cia did not first learn about the existence of osama bin laden courier for detainees subjected to subjective interrogation techniques. instead, the cia learned of the existence of the courier, his true name and location, through means unrelated to the cia detention and interrogation program. that's after her statement, and one of the fbi interrogators who was successful in getting information from al qaeda detainees using noncoercive means has strongly criticized the cia's use of torture saying it didn't work. listen to what he says on "60 minut
:00, a news4 exclusive about the future of the new fbi headquarters. tom sherwood tells us what could get the district to back the plan to put it in prince george's county. >>> searching for the man who tried to bomb that atm in virginia. we have new pictures from surveillance video. >>> news4 your health, the uv lights are unlikely to cause skin cancer, according to a new study. the study contradicts the feeling of many derm tolss who say the devices are as harmful as tanning beds. researchers at brown university measured the radiation from typical nail lamps and determined you would have to use the lamp every week for 250 years in order for it to pose any real cancer risk. still, doctors say they should use uv radiation not too often. >>> talk about a show of true sportsmanship. jerrod stevens is part of his school's wrestling team in tennessee. he has cerebral palsy. he was matched up against 13-year-old justin. after the two wrestlers shook hands, justin got down on the mat, grabbed his arm and he got the pin and win. that moment was spontaneous and not planned. he said his son isn't
and contrast it with how long it took the fbi to get into the consulate. that took several weeks. in fact the u.s. consulate in benghazi has never been secured by the united states, martha. martha: wow! great points, catherine the thank you very much. >> reporter: you're welcome. bill: the families demanding answers. the father of one of the former navy seals killed that day leading the charge on this saying he is hearing nothing from the government on what happened to his son. coming up today we'll ask senator kelly ayotte says the families do not have the answers on what happened to their loved ones. we'll talk to her in 25 minutes. the president continues to defend u.n. ambassador susan rice. once considered a frontrunner for secretary state until what happened in benghazi. >> make sure we have a full national security team that can give me the best advice possible and do everything they can to keep the american people safe. and susan rice has done a great job as u.n. ambassador about a decision on secretary of state. bill: that from bloomberg tv. president making a decision in weeks maybe d
classified information to a russian informant, but spoke to an under cover fbi agent. he served in the united states navy for 20 years. this raises serious questions about the level of security clearance he might have had and his access to top secret information. "outfront" tonight, chris lawrence. what specifically do federal agents expect him of doing? >> basically, they say in the the indictment that he tried to give a secret document to someone that detailed how to track u.s. submarines. now, this document basically not only outlined the procedures you would use to do that, but the actual technology that you would need to track u.s. submarines. it's very serious because us navy officials will often tell us where surface ships and carriers are located around the world at any particular moment. they almost never discuss where the subs are. that is classified information. now, the zimt says that hoffman thought he was giving this to a russian intelligence agent. actually, what he was doing was handing it over to an fbi agent working an undercover sting. these are very serious charges. he cou
. it talked about 3,000 fbi employees. it talked about head start programs. 100,000 fewer children being enrolled. it talked about women's health programs for breast and cervical cancer. 45,000 low-income women would lose that. and women infant children nutrition program, about 900,000 participants would lose out. and teachers would be cut about 16,000, fewer teachers. which is, that is kind of a concrete cut that people would notice. >> host: here are some other ones from "bloomberg news". national institutes of health, 2.5 billion. the fbi, 742 million. customs and border patrol, 712 million. the nutritions programs for women, infant and children, wic, 543 million. federal courts, 384 million. low income heating assistance will get knocked off by 285 million. 183 million cut from the national parks system. and 129 million in u.s. embassy security and construction. after the whole benghazi thing that could be cut. >> guest: exactly. they're trying to put some of that money back into embassy security i just read. well i heard from the national association of, national parks conservation
is the fbi without warrants digging through e-mails. >> let me stop you there. there is a sense that if you were in a monogamous relationship and there's an understanding, it's a bad thing to do. >> it is a bad thing to do, but a common thing. if the fbi can kick in your front door if you do that, a lot of people should be nervous. 40% of women and 60% of men have cheated. we talk, monogamy, we are -- we do parabond. we are not sexually monogamous. we are monkeys in shoes. the pressures of monogamy over 30, 40, 50, 60 years, the life of a marriage is unsustainable. a lot of people are unsuccessful at that. we should have not like it's an okay, free to cheat, do whatever you want, you can violate somebody, we shouldn't get a get out after jail free card, but we should have a more subtle and fresh understanding that's hard to sustain over life. some things are more important than sex in a marriage. maybe sex happens once or twice outside of the marriage later in life or over its life. we should turn a blind eye to that. to honor the more important thing, the commitment of marriage. >> having
. actually, what he was doing was handing it over to an fbi agent working an undercover sting. these are very serious charges. he could face life in prison. >> and when you think about what other information he may have had access to, what's his background and what sort of information might he have had? >> pretty high. you mentioned he had been in for 20 years. he was a petty officer first class. his rating was a kryps toe logic, a way of saying he was in the intelligence gathering field. he was a naval submarine warfare specialist. so he had access to a lot of information, but the interesting thing is over that 20-year career, he had six good conduct , won numerous awards. remember, he had only be out of the service less than a year when he's trying to allegedly hand over this secret document to a russian spy. >> thanks very much. next, new jersey republican governor chris christie in washington today asking for money. hypocritical or not? and a day after internet guru john mcafee was arrested, he was rushed to the hospital. of washington about the future of medicare and social security. ann
was trying to get to rise, she has and permission from the fbi. they say she should have investigated the fbi. how will she looked at investigating the fbi? they look at silly stuff and people are supposed to believe it. instead of john boehner, his name is b-o-e-h-n-e-r-- pronounced it right. >> his name is john boehner. it is how we pronounced it. some news from overseas, this is from the bbc. hugo chavez and need of cancer surgery. he only returned to cuba on friday. tests had detected more cancerous cells. there is this from the associated press. the south african president visited nelson mandela who is a in the president. -- who is a dental the hospital. he was admitted to a military hospital. he found the frail 94-year-old to be comfortable and in good care. we will turn our attention to the issue that has dominated our discussion since the election. we will continue to do so over the next few weeks. the president reject talks continue on the phone on the fiscal cliffs. what is happening behind the scenes? as next. we will have our sunday round table. all weekend long on but tv and amer
. despite the fact that the fbi identified several suspects none has been arrested in the country and even some have fled benghazi. jenna: a big day for michigan, one of the most pro-labor states historically in this nation about to become a right-to-work state. the uns are not going down without a fight. they are staging massive protests. i'm jenna lee. rick: i'm rick folbaum in for jon scott. as massive amounts of demonstrators state troopers with tear gas and batons stand at the ready. governor rick snyder vowing to sign the right to work legislation as soon at it hits his desk. the measure means employees will decide for themselves whether they want to join and financially support a union the governor says that could create more jobs, others are worried that the legislation could weaken the union's power and lead to lower wages for everyone. >> it is a big deal because what they want us to do, they want to reduce workers down to working for less. it is not about, more jobs. the jobs are going to be there. about what conditions you work under. we want to basically work, rite to work and
up. jenna: an update on a story we've than following you here on hapbz. the f.b.i. releasing brand-new audio recordings of of serial killer israel keys hoping it will lead to more information about his possible victims. rick folbaum with the latest on all of this. >> reporter: we told you about the fbi's timeline on keys, how they believe he wandered the country looking for people to kill, how he buried casches of weapon. some he wanted to use for future killings. he used a debit card belonging to one of his victims, that's who i was caught. investigators spoke to him for nine hours and are releasing a small part of those interrogations. >> there is no one who knows me or who has ever known me who knows anything about me really. they know they are going to tell you something that does not line up with anything i tell you, because i'm two different people basically. the only person who knows about what i'm telling you, the kind of things i'm telling you is me. >> how long have you been two different people? [laughter] >> a longtime. 14 years. >> reporter: police believe israel keys
and on to afghanistan. the fbi arrested their alleged ring leader in afghanistan, brought him back to the u.s. he has not faced a grand jury or been indicted. >>> let the countdown continue. 26 days until the fiscal cliff. the focus has been on taxes but that's only half of what this is all about. the other ways you could be affect, coming up. to test the 2.0-liter turbo engine. [ engine revs ] ♪ [ derek ] 272 horsepower. the lightest in its class. the cadillac ats outmatches the bmw 3 series. i cannot believe i have ended the day not scraping some red paint off on these barriers. ♪ [ male announcer ] the all-new cadillac ats. your soups are so awesomely delicious my husband and i can't stop eating 'em! what's...that... on your head? can curlers! tomato basil, potato with bacon... we've got a lot of empty cans. [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. sven's home security gets the most rewards of any small business credit card! how does this thing work? oh, i like it! [ garth ] sven's small business earns 2% cash back on every purchase, every day! woo-hoo!!! so that's ten security
relationships. when john was the f.b.i. spokesman, he was often not helpful, but you could always talk to him and get him on the phone. if you had a good story, he would confirm it by laughing. a deep laugh meant you were on the right track. no laughter meant no. >> now, it looks like the tide is very much going against republicans. do you agree with that? >> well, no. i think in the short political terms, yes. the polling shows republicans will be blamed, but remember this is the obama era. it's going to go down -- it is his economy. i asked people, who was speaker of the house during the great depression when roosevelt was president? i'll give $100 to anyone who can name who the speaker of the house was in the critical first 100 days. >> jim would know. >> henry thomas rainey. that's a name that's in the history books. point being, speaker boehner's an important player and this is significant, but it is obama's job to lead and define. so if there are negative consequences here, particularly in the economy, it's going to be in the obama era things didn't get fixed. who is it, the australian
reid, washington. >> senior correspondent john miller former fbi assistant director joins us now from washington. john, good morning. so tell me what is it you like best about this story? >> well what i like best about this story that we're talking about t-rex because my son's name is rex and he's a force to deal with in my house and of course i'm the dinosaur. [ laughter ] i'm skirting the point. i get the idea that you picture that there is, you know, these raiders of the lost ark time characters that's going to these interesting ancient places and digging up these things. i spoke to homeland security investigators yesterday and, you know, these are the guys that do the customs cases and they says you know, that's not really who these characters. they say, you know, eric prokopi in particular seems to be a little bit of a one-of-a-kind. knees his stuff. he travels the world. and he's been a prolific dealer in this. what's more interesting is who are the buyers. of course we were hoping that the buyers would turn out to be the kardashians or lindsay lohan between arrests. but what we
destruction. the fbi says this was not a sting operation. if convicted both of these men could face life in prison. phil keating live outside in the courthouse where this is playing out today in fourth lauderdale, florida. phil, these men are being held without bond, right? >> reporter: that's correct, martha. they are since last week once the federal grand jury indicted these two brothers on these very substantial terrorism charges. the brothers are 30-year-old rahir, kasi and his 20-year-old brother. they are accused of providing lodging communications equipment and more to obtain a weapon of mass destruction to be used against u.s. citizens somewhere on the u.s. soil. the brothers emigrated here from pakistan with their family. over time they applied for and became naturalized u.s. citizens the indictment claimed they actively turned toward terror sometime between july 2011 and last week. >> look the pattern is very clear. south florida has seen before arrests, successful arrests and also indictments of jihadi activities. meaning activities by militants who are convinced they are serv
the probe is going on now. i asked former fbi counterespionage agent o'neil about the loss. >> some of the information could cause lives to be at risk if someone wanted to get at the families of high-level government worker or someone they perceived as someone who worked against a terrorist cell. >> reporter: o'neal took down robert hanson who spied for the russians. he's depicted by ryan phillippe in "breach." the secret service says no lives were endangered by the 2008 loss. no fraud occurred as a result. but how did this happen? according to our sources, the contract was transporting two tapes in a pouch from secret service headquarters in washington to a now closed data facility in maryland. the sources say the contractors got off a metro train and realized the pouch was left behind and the secret service and metro police were contacted and an aggressive search took place, but one source tells us the tapes have not been recovered. in a statement, the secret service said these back-up tapes were not marked or identified in any way and were protected by multiple layers of security
at home in hiding. flurry of motion his attorney asked for all documents between detectives, fbi, prosecutors, suggesting only reason the shooting death of 17-year-old martin led to this murder case was not due to the law or due to the facts but political pressure. >> i think the conclusion would be wow, there's a lot of information out here that seems to suggest that george acted appropriately that night. there seems to be not very much to suggest that he threatened, ran after, cornered, profiled racially, anything like that. >> reporter: and a big win for the defense it will get the unedited original recording of witness number 8. that is the teenage girlfriend of trayvon martin, who has said that she was on the cell phone with trayvon martin that night in february when all of this went down. that trayvon martin was telling her that he was the one in fear because he was being followed. alisyn? alisyn: phil keating, thank you for the uate. we have an eye-opening new warning for parents. how your child's cell phone could be giving away their personal information and what can be d
. dagen: gun checks done with the fbi on black friday. sandra: gun sales way up over president obama's first four years. all that uncertainty. it has spiked gun sales. smith & wesson shares, this is a year to date chart, of 170%. this reports earnings after the bell. twenty-four cents a share. they recently raised guidance. it does not look like that is going away anytime soon. tonight, one other winner we are looking at is h&r block. up 3.5%. largest tax cut company in the world. australia had a really strong tax season. a loss of $0.39 a share. they do typically take a loss in this particular quarter because it is not the most busy time for doing taxes. they said they are very optimistic heading into the tax season. this stock looking pretty good. up 3.5%, up 10% for the year. connell: thank you very much. dagen: they were in love and then they weren't, with apple. they have gone gold, investors. for good. connell: cheryl and dennis are coming up to take over coverage with the latest on apple and whether investors have already seen their best days with the stock. i don't know. we w
new fbi agents, correction officers, federal prosecutors, all could be scaled back. now, all of these cuts, brooke, don't happen exactly at 12:01 a.m. on january 2nd. they happen over the course of a year. but agencies are preparing for an impasse in washington. this is exactly, exactly what policymakers are trying to avoid. brooke? >> thank you. >>> shock waves in washington today. powerful republican senator calling it quits. south carolina's senator jim demint will be stepping down december 31st to lead the heritage foundation. that's a powerful conservative think tank in d.c. demint says he can be more effective outside the senate. >> a lot of my role in the senate has been stopping bad things and saying no to bad things but we need to do more than that and tell americans what we're for. one of the mistakes i think the republican party made the last two years is trying to make obama the issue without sharing with america bold reform ideas that get people inspired to get behind us. >> senator demint, tea party supporter, and sometimes clashes with his own party's leadershi
. >>> and the fbi's headquarters may be moving. not soon, though, but perhaps eventually. the building sits right between the white house and the capitol. it's prime d.c. real estate so the agency that oversees the federal buildings is calling on ideas about where else it could house the gumshoe headquarters. in exchange they'll consider throwing in the j. edgar hoover building and the land it stands on. >>> turning to weed now, marijuana reform backers got a huge boost in november when voters in colorado and washington state legalized recreational pot. recent polls have found the nation just about split on whether or not to legalize. but businessmen are looking forward to relaxed laws on marijuana. i want to bring in tony decouple from the daily beast. he wrote a fascinating story, called the new pot barons, businessmen banking on marijuana. he's got a book coming out as well in about 18 months. we'll talk about it in a second. first of all, let's talk about the business aspect of this. this is not something that always gets a great deal of attention. but using colorado as a model. how big of a
with the fbi buying cocaine and he was assassinated by a drug dealer. that woke me up. >> bill: whoa. i can see that. so what is the answer? is the answer what we saw in colorado and washington state this month or last month? >> that's part of the answer. >> bill: legalization of recreational marijuana. >> that's part of the answer. >> bill: do you think all drugs should be legal? >> absolutely. i hope your listeners -- you didn't fall out of your seat so i'm glad about that. i hope your listeners don't do the same. maybe they're still in bed laying down listening to you. but when we say legalization, we're talking about regulation and control. currently there is none. you just pretty much say okay, here you go. organized crime and cartel and drug dealers, you manage it. you give it out to our kids. you don't ask for i.d. you create all of this violence in our neighborhoods. that's what we currently do. we don't have coors and anheuser-busch shooting it out in our street as they manage their alcohol within our
of the hooks that you may not believe. the fbi has now taken to facebook and twitter, facebook and twitter, looking for any kinds of tips or leads or anything they might be able to get on this case, because it is just too difficult on the ground to get the help they need. and like you said, senator sitting on the foreign relations committee will talk a little about how this is sitting with that committee and one particular senator working his way to get on to that committee. we'll explain all of that coming up next on "outfront." >> we'll be watching at the top of the hour. thanks very much. >>> still ahead, it is holiday party season. jeanne moos has tips on what you need to watch out for. [ female announcer ] imagine skin so healthy, it never gets dry again. can your moisturizer do that? [ female announcer ] dermatologist recommended aveeno has an oat formula, now proven to build a moisture reserve, so skin can replenish itself. that's healthy skin for life. only from aveeno. anyone have occasional constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating? yeah. one phillips' colon health probiotic cap each
were russian government members. they were undercover fbi agents. he could be sentenced to life in prison. and at least 418 people in the philippines are dead in the wake of a powerful typhoon. hundreds more are missing and a quarter of a million people now homeless. survivors are in desperate need of water, food and shelter. the storm hit a southern island of the philippines where typhoons are not expected. and at least four people are dead and seven others missing after two ships collided off the coast of the netherlands. rescuers have called off the search for missing crew members. passing ships are being asked to be on the look out. officials say a container vessel collided with a car carrier in the north sea. the nationality of the crew is not yet known. and john travolta and olivia newton-john, they are back together again. yes, 34 years after "grease" the two are dropping an original single from their holiday album this christmas. it's called, i think you might like it. ♪ ♪ i can't help smiling >> i kind of like that. looks a little familiar there, doesn't it? just a
of terrorist ties. phillip mudd, a former cia and fbi counterterrorism official, says there's a huge concern over who to trust with chemical weapons. >> when you've got roughly 10% of the opposition in the. >>>s u.s. government is declaring are terrorist group you're going to be concerned. in any case like this, there's a lot of risk. >> reporter: but mudd says it's still better to train the rebels on how to handle those materials than to do nothing. and leonard specter says the u.s. and its allies are likely screening the individuals who are being trained very carefully, wofrl, at least that's the hope. >> despite all that, there's still a potential for these chemical weapons getting into the wrong hands. despite what the u.s. is trying to do. >> reporter: phillip mudd says if the syrian regime loses control of these weapons, that's a huge worry. if they fall into the hands of others who are not trusted by the u.s. or its allies they could float around the border to iraq or other potentially dangerous places where they don't have control over these things. if assad loses control of these th
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